Artavazd Pelešjan: Kyanq

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Artavazd Pelešjan was born on February 22, 1938 in Leninakan (now Gyumri), city of the northeast near the border with Turkey. In 1963 he enrolled in the oldest and most prestigious film school in the world, the VGIK in Moscow. For four years he attended a course in directing, following in-depth studies on the masters of Soviet cinema, Eisenstein, Vertov, Romm, Yutkevich, Parajanov, but also

Simone Pheulpin: Fossile Textile


Born in Nancy in 1941, Simone Pheulpin is a self-taught artist living between the Vosges Mountains and Paris. For the past thirty years, Simone has drawn inspiration from the Vosges natural landscapes to create unique sculptures in the shape of rocks and fossils, using tightly folded strips of cotton held together by thousands of invisible pins. Her pieces have been widely exhibited and collected by

Yun Woo Choi: Fragments of the Universe


What is real? Where am I living? What do I perceive is the real? Artist Yun Woo Choi asks questions. He is wondering if invisible things – like his emotions, supernatural phenomena, dreams, God – are real and if they have some space of their own. Thoughts like these are the starting point for his work. In recent theoretical physics, there are fourteen dimensions which

Akiko Ikeuchi: Silk Vortices


Born in Tokyo in 1967, Akiko received a doctorate in painting from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. For over two decades she has been hanging her delicately crafted string sculptures in galleries around Japan, Korea, and New York. The installations are constructed from extremely delicate silk threads, and despite the chaotic appearance of the knotted webs Akiko plans each work as

Ciao, dolcezza! December 13, 2015

Sergi Planas Martin

Risekult Associazione Culturale di Milano in collaborazione con ArtDesignBox, l’Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, l’Università delle Scienze Gastronomiche di Pollenzo, l’Istituto Alberghiero Giolitti Bellisario di Mondovì presentano “Ciao, dolcezza!” incontro tra arte contemporanea e cioccolato, mostra itinerante. Gli studenti hanno creato opere riferendosi ad un immaginario rapporto con una materia così evocatrice come il cioccolato da tempo ispiratore di importanti artisti. Le opere di